Sensory Processing Disorder and Halloween may not mix well but it doesn't mean that the holiday is out of the question. In this blog post, we review Sensory Processing Disorder and trick or treating, Sensory activities for Halloween, and provide some Sensory Processing tips for Halloween.

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Tips for Trick or Treating with Sensory Processing Disorder

With October 31st rapidly approaching, our team at Infinite Therapy Solutions in Hudson County, NJ is ready to help you have a successfully spooky Halloween! We’re happy to address your questions about how to co-manage your child’s sensory processing disorder and trick or treating so you and your family can have a fun, engaging, and

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Down syndrome Facts for Down syndrome Awareness Month

It’s October, which means here at Infinite Therapy Solutions, our community is celebrating National Down Syndrome Awareness Month! To help others learn more about people with Down syndrome, we’re sharing a few interesting facts about this common condition.

What You Need to Know About Sensory Processing Disorder in Children

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) was originally associated with autism. In fact, for many years it was considered a “symptom” of Autism until a breakthrough study conducted in 2013 found that there was a biological basis to the study separating it from other types of neurological disorders. New research has found that your child can have

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What is the Proper Pencil Grip Development for Children?

The proper way to hold a pencil is developed over time. When a child first begins to grasp objects, you will see a fisted grab. Young children first develop gross motor skills, using the larger muscles of the hand to grab a pencil in their fist. The drawing action comes all the way from the

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Hypotonia in Children: This is What You Need to Know About Low Muscle Tone

Is your baby having a tough time holding up his head? Is your child having difficulty speaking? Have you noticed your child slumps or has difficulty handling small objects like pencils and crayons? Hypotonia, or low muscle tone, could be the root cause of all of these symptoms.

What is Occupational Therapy for Children and How Can it Help?

Buttoning a jacket, tying a shoe, tolerating noisy crowds – it is easy to take these skills for granted. But for many children, learning these tasks is challenging. Occupational therapists specialize in helping children with and without disabilities master these and related skills.